CIPP Lining | King City, Oregon

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King City is a highly rated, quiet Portland suburb. If you live there, you deserve to cultivate a beautiful garden that you love without worrying about ever having to dig it up due to sewer problems. Fortunately, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining is the solution! Get in touch with Clog Busters now for more information about CIPP lining in King City, OR.

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What Is Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining?

Traditionally, when you need to fix your sewer, there are trenches involved. However, that’s not the case with cured-in-place pipe lining. What we’ll do is put a liner into the sewer pipe, fill that liner, and cure the new pipe inside of the existing pipe using UV light or steam.
What this does is make your sewer like new. That can prevent you from needing to invest in a new sewer pipe, which can be costly. (Sewer repairs and replacements can be thousands of dollars.)

See our video below for a before and after of a sewer pipe liner installation. The client’s backyard was 115+ feet long. We reached the sewer from the cleanout. Installing a CIPP liner helped us to repair their sewer line without impacting the garden.

Our Process | CIPP Lining in King City

This is how it works when you get CIPP lining in King City, OR:

1 – Inspection

Before we ever do CIPP lining installations, we begin by going to your home and evaluating the current sewer line with a camera to determine if pipe lining will work for you. So, if you live in Washington County (King City in particular), we’re happy to drive your way and start the process.

2 – Setup and Prep

Assuming CIPP lining works for your sewer pipes, the next thing we’ll do is measure the sanitary sewer. That will tell us the size of the sewer line that is necessary for your trenchless sewer repair services.

3 – Remove Roots and Debris

Roots, debris, and other blockages can all get in the way of your sewer pipes. We’ll use a high-pressure jet to get rid of them so that your sewer line is squeaky clean and ready for a CIPP liner.

4 – Insert Liner, and Establish Sewer Connections

We’ll put the CIPP liner in place in the sewer pipe through either the open pipe, cleanout, or manhole. Once it’s transposed inside of the bladder, our sewer repair professionals will move the camera to follow the pipe’s installation.

Then, we’ll remove the camera and insert steam to push air toward the back of the line and out of the steam hole. We’ll be sure to inspect the bladder for a final time and reinstate the sewer connection if the need arises.

5 – Conduct Quality Control Test

Concluding the installation is our quality control checks. Our team will test your sewer line to make sure it works well, and if you have any questions at all about CIPP lining in King City, we’re here to help. Our goal is to take care of your sewer issues quickly and affordably so that you can get back to the activities you love, such as a day at the King City Public Golf Course or a show at the Broadway Rose Theater Company.

Benefits of CIPP Lining Installations

  • Safe for the Landscape: Since we don’t dig holes for most CIPP lining installations, your yard and garden are as safe as can be.
  • Quick Installation: We pride ourselves on completing the job fast so that it makes little to no impact on your life.
  • Great Rates: CIPP lining can be much more affordable than replacing your sewer line. Let us help save you money!

Request a Quote From One of the Best CIPP Lining Contractors Near Me Today

Tired of having constant sewer problems? The time to call clog Busters is now. Reach out to us today for CIPP lining services.

Request a Quote From One of the Best CIPP Lining Companies in King City Today: (503) 680-8947

FAQs About CIPP Lining

Responses From One of the Top CIPP Lining Companies in King City, OR

1 – Is CIPP Lining Safe?

Absolutely! CIPP lining is safe for a few reasons: (1) there are no trenches, meaning that it’s environmentally friendly; and (2) they’re safe for your CIPP lining contractors who use video cameras during the install.

2 – Should You Use Water During the CIPP Liner Installation?

It’s best not to use water. That’s because things like the dishwasher, shower, and washer can back water up into your house. (You’ll also want to avoid flushing the toilet or tossing any liquids into your kitchen sink or bathtub.)

3 – How Long Does the Cured-in-Place Pipe Last?

On average, the pipe should last 10-30 years. In some cases, it can even work up to 50 years. To help it last even longer, we’ll be sure to do detailed quality control checks and double-check that everything is up to par before we leave.

4 – What Is the Cost of CIPP Lining?

You can expect to pay $80-$250 per foot for CIPP lining in King City, OR. All in all, this is usually cheaper than a full pipe replacement.


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